Wednesday 1 July 2015


|| योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् ||

Mananeeya Eknathji uses the simili of yarn and cloth. It makes us clear the every thread of yarn cannot be converted into a cloth. Some breaks which remains and gets used for some other purpose. He says :

An organization requires participation of people who can be trained to assume control and train others later. Even though the yarn can be transformed into cloth, some yarn, which breaks again and again, is removed and used for some other purpose, as for the cloth it is not good. Such waste yarn is not thrown away; it is utilized in some other way. So a person not coming up to the standard can be maintained but not as a cadre. Thus as all the raw material does not yield the finished goods, so also all men may not be turned into a cadre. But an organization cannot work without the cadre and the process of forming one may turn out to be a very lengthy and troublesome one.

It makes us clear that though each one is useful in the organisation, the utility could be different and once that is understood properly, there would not be probably any mistake in understanding each other as well the hierarchy too.

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